14-10-2019 by redazione
And all over Kenya came the little rains.
If the difference for the coast has not been felt too much, because in reality between Lamu and Mombasa since August every week has made some roar and sometimes beautiful thunderstorms, feeding nature and bringing an unnatural humidity, in some areas of the country, especially in the north and northeast, the water has been greeted like a godsend, except after a few days when the continuation of rainfall has begun to do damage.
The general alert was issued by the weather service in Nairobi, which reported the areas that from last Thursday and until at least tomorrow will be affected by bad weather.
After having told you about the floods that plagued the Turkana region, where cattle were dying of hardship and now die drowned and dragged away by the violence of the waters and the area of Meru at the foot of Mount Kenya where hundreds of displaced people are, yesterday strong thunderstorms have hit the desert areas of Wajir and Mandera, on the border with Somalia.
Also in the Tana River region, always at risk of flooding, it rained abundantly, as well as from Kilifi to Malindi where for nine hours in a row, since last night, the rainfall has reached considerable proportions, but without fortunately creating more damage than that which a submerged dirt road or a flooded cultivated field can bring.
In the next few days, the negative atmospheric phenomena should diminish and the sereno-variable should return in almost all the Country. Among the areas still in need of water there is Lake Victoria and the capital Nairobi.
In Malindi and the Kenyan coast the rains are expected as a godsend. The drought has done extreme damage to the land and to the farms.
They are already dead cattle and many plants were reduced to dead branches.
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